Originally posted by yeti101
well if someone was being objective and trying to find out if these radar returns are normal or not you would expect them to sample data from another
Quite frankly, the authors seem like people who aren't exactly novice when it comes to analyzing radar data.
Glen Schulze received his BSEE from Washington University in 1952. While in the U.S. Army he was assigned to White Sands Proving Grounds (WSPG).
There, he participated in evaluating and improving a five antenna site Cooperative Chain Radar System for tracking high performance long range missile
launches. His contributions to the WSPG radar system resulted in earning a letter of commendation from the Commanding General of the USA 4TH Army. In
the 1960s Mr. Schulze provided a major service to the CIA/NSA in the successful recording of high powered Russian radar signals arriving at the
Caribbean Island of Antigua after being reflected from the surface of the moon. In the 1970s Mr. Schulze was instrumental in the successful
demonstrations of recording and reproducing radar antenna return signals at the FAA Atlantic City Labs for accident investigations which eventually
led to the FAA incorporating the tape recording of all FAA radar antennas around the US.
at least thats what any serious researcher would do. how do they know these radar contacts have anything to do with the "lights in the sky"
Because when they interpreted the data, it matched the sightings of the witnesses, time and location wise?
how do they know radar data like this isnt an every day occurence?
The unknown object(s) tracked were operating outside the MOA (Military Operating Area), without transponder beacons, in gross violation of FAA and
military MARSA rules. Also, its trajectory is very worrying. It was exactly in the direction of the President's Ranch in Crawford and at the last
time of contact it was only 10 miles away from it.
I doubt these are every day occurrences
Furthermore, despite the origin of the object, the authors raise a legitimate question on why the inaction of the military aircraft, when in their
opinion, they should have seen the object on their radar, especially in a post-9/11 world and taking into consideration the place and trajectory
displayed by the object. They ask that the Air Force explain what their radar detected on the evening of January 8, 2008, and the reason as to why the
military jets in the area did not react.
Regardless of the origin of the object, I think these are legitimate questions.
they basically showed nothing they even interpreted & presented it one way knowing full well other possiblities existed.
They showed that there was an unknown craft that displayed strange behavior flying, during the times and locations the witnesses described, directly
towards the President's Ranch.
That's it. They do not make any claims on the origin of the object, or it's intent.
They speculate on several possibilities for some of the results of the radar data, but as I'm sure you have read the report, they explain why they
came to the conclusions that they did.
What other possibilities are you suggesting?
[edit on 14-7-2008 by danx]